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Zoomi last won the day on February 8

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    Tier 3 - Sith'ari

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  1. Genuinely surprised by this; RLA is a thing now.
  2. I’m beyond entertained that you’ve used googlie eyes. amazing work so far! Do you have any specific concerns or questions?
  3. Hello!! looking wonderful!! I’d possibly suggest that the raised embossing of the hip wrap is brought all the way to the edges; majority of the comics have a trim to the edges and then the pattern. have you thought much about paints, or will you be looking at the bodysuit option?
  4. New forums = updated build thread with images! Woo!
  5. Ooooh!! What paint do you use?
  6. Woohoo!! Amazing progress!
  7. Nothing has been approved yet - But the Eleena CRL is live, although incomplete with reference images: https://databank.501st.com/databank/Costuming:Eleena_Daru If you have a prospect who is interested, we'd welcome their input and progress if they have started building Atroxa (which I haven't yet!!)
  8. She did a damn good job didn't she?! I'm keeping notes on Eleena as the jumpsuit is VERY similar to Darth Atroxa. I'm planning on using as much stretch fabrics as possible; I think between using a wetsuit material and sewing I should be able to create the armour; OR foam. Unsure which way I will go yet. But definitely aiming for flexible. RE: Makeup - alcohol based and applied with an airbrush is by far the best way - I do it already for my Maladi and I am able to get 8+ hours of wear without worrying about touchups. There are a lot of brands out there; best to try and source something locally though. Otherwise, fall back to Reel Creations as they provide international shipping. If you're able to find a knee-high boot that fits, you can modify them for the cuffs and a cover for the top of the foot. Best of luck!! Keep checking in as you start acquiring parts and building!!
  9. Where abouts in AU are you based? Great to see more Aussies here
  10. http://www.theflagshipeclipse.com/forums/index.php?/gallery/album/219-darth-maladi-build-thread/ ^ forgot the link!
  11. Hi Eme!! There are a number of photos of my Darth Maladi, including the headpiece in the Gallery section of the forums. I made the headpiece by hand moulding ABS plastic, and created the 3D embossing with an overlay of Foam. For paint; I use an alcohol based paint locally sourced in Australia and applied with an airbrush. But globally the Reel Creations paint is readily available.
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    Darth Maladi Build Thread

    Progress shots of my Darth Maladi costume. Approved in 2016 - SL 21872
  13. A fellow member of my garrison has managed to make voice changers - specifically for Kylo Ren costumers - but he might be able to provide some insight. You can check our his build thread through his Facebook page: Syldar - miscellaneous particulars.
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